San Francisco Giants

 

Game Highlights
 

World Series (Best of 7)

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San Francisco wins series 4-1

Game 1 October 27 at San Francisco
San Francisco defeated Texas 11-7.
Juan Uribe (2) hit a home run.
Tim Lincecum pitched 5 2/3 innings allowing 8 hits, 4 earned runs, walking 2 and striking out 3.
Game 2 October 28 at San Francisco
San Francisco defeated Texas 9-0.
Edgar Renteria (1) hit a home run.
Matt Cain pitched 7 2/3 innings allowing 4 hits, walking 2 and striking out 2.
Game 3 October 30 at Texas
Texas defeated San Francisco 4-2.
Home runs were hit by Cody Ross (5), and Andres Torres (1).
Jonathan Sanchez pitched 4 2/3 innings allowing 6 hits, 4 earned runs, walking 3 and striking out 3.
Game 4 October 31 at Texas
San Francisco defeated Texas 4-0.
Home runs were hit by Aubrey Huff (1), and Buster Posey (1).
Madison Bumgarner pitched 8 innings allowing 3 hits, walking 2 and striking out 6.
Game 5 November 1 at Texas
San Francisco defeated Texas 3-1.
Edgar Renteria (2) hit a home run.
Tim Lincecum pitched 8 innings allowing 3 hits, 1 earned run, walking 2 and striking out 10.
 

National League Championship Series (Best of 7)

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San Francisco wins series 4-2

Game 1 October 16
San Francisco defeated Philadelphia 4-3.
Home runs were hit by Cody Ross (2, 3).
Tim Lincecum pitched 7 innings allowing 6 hits, 3 earned runs, walking 3 and striking out 8.
Game 2 October 17
Philadelphia defeated San Francisco 6-1.
Cody Ross (4) hit a home run.
Jonathan Sanchez pitched 6 innings allowing 5 hits, 2 earned runs, walking 3 and striking out 7.
Game 3 October 19
San Francisco defeated Philadelphia 3-0.
Matt Cain pitched 7 innings allowing 2 hits, walking 3 and striking out 5.
Game 4 October 20
San Francisco defeated Philadelphia 6-5.
Madison Bumgarner pitched 4 2/3 innings allowing 6 hits, 3 earned runs, walking 1 and striking out 6.
Game 5 October 21
Philadelphia defeated San Francisco 4-2.
Tim Lincecum pitched 7 innings allowing 4 hits, 2 earned runs, walking 1 and striking out 7.
Game 6 October 23
San Francisco defeated Philadelphia 3-2.
Juan Uribe (1) hit a home run.
Jonathan Sanchez pitched 2 innings allowing 3 hits, 2 earned runs, walking 2 and striking out 1.
 

National League Divisional Series (Best of 5)

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San Francisco wins series 3-1

Game 1 October 7
San Francisco defeated Atlanta 1-0.
Tim Lincecum pitched 9 innings allowing 2 hits, walking 1 and striking out 14.
Game 2 October 8
Atlanta defeated San Francisco 5-4.
Pat Burrell (1) hit a home run.
Matt Cain pitched 6 2/3 innings allowing 7 hits, 1 unearned run, walking 2 and striking out 6.
Game 3 October 10
San Francisco defeated Atlanta 3-2.
Jonathan Sanchez pitched 7 1/3 innings allowing 2 hits, 1 earned run, walking 1 and striking out 11.
Game 4 October 11
San Francisco defeated Atlanta 3-2.
Cody Ross (1) hit a home run.
Madison Bumgarner pitched 6 innings allowing 6 hits, 2 earned runs, walking 1 and striking out 5.
 

October 3
San Francisco defeated San Diego 3-0.
Buster Posey (18) hit a home run.
Jonathan Sanchez pitched 5 innings allowing 3 hits, walking 5 and striking out 5.
October 2
San Diego defeated San Francisco 4-2.
Juan Uribe (24) hit a home run.
Barry Zito pitched 3 innings allowing 5 hits, 3 earned runs, walking 4 and striking out 4.
October 1
San Diego defeated San Francisco 6-4.
Aaron Rowand (11) hit a home run.
Matt Cain pitched 4 innings allowing 9 hits, 6 earned runs, walking 1 and striking out 4.
September 30
San Francisco defeated Arizona 4-1.
Home runs were hit by Andres Torres(16), Pablo Sandoval (13), and Buster Posey (17).
Madison Bumgarner pitched 5 innings allowing 7 hits, 1 earned run, walking 1 and striking out 7.
September 29
San Francisco defeated Arizona 3-1.
Pat Burrell (20) hit a home run.
Tim Lincecum pitched 7 innings allowing 6 hits, 1 earned run, walking 4 and striking out 11.
September 28
San Francisco defeated Arizona 4-2.
Juan Uribe (23) hit a home run.
Jonathan Sanchez pitched 6 innings allowing 3 hits, 2 earned runs, walking 4 and striking out 6.
September 26
San Francisco defeated Colorado 4-2.
Home runs were hit by Freddy Sanchez (7), and Cody Ross (14).
Matt Cain pitched 9 innings allowing 3 hits, 2 earned runs, walking 1 and striking out 8.
September 25
Colorado defeated San Francisco 10-9 in 10 innings.
Home runs were hit by Aubrey Huff (26), Andres Torres (15), Freddy Sanchez (6), and Cody Ross (13).
Barry Zito pitched 4 1/3 innings allowing 5 hits, 4 earned runs, walking 3 and striking out 4.
September 24
San Francisco defeated Colorado 2-1.
Pat Burrell (19) hit a home run.
Tim Lincecum pitched 8 innings allowing 2 hits, 1 earned run, striking out 9.
September 23
San Francisco defeated Chicago 13-0.
Home runs were hit by Juan Uribe (21, 22), Buster Posey (16), and Cody Ross (12).
Madison Bumgarner pitched 7 innings allowing 7 hits, walking 1 and striking out 9.
September 22
Chicago defeated San Francisco 2-0.
Jonathan Sanchez pitched 5 2/3 innings allowing 4 hits, 1 earned run, walking 2 and striking out 6.
September 21
San Francisco defeated Chicago 1-0.
Buster Posey (15) hit a home run.
Matt Cain pitched 6 innings allowing 2 hits, walking 1 and striking out 2.
September 19
San Francisco defeated Milwaukee 9-2.
Home runs were hit by Pat Burrell (18), and Jose Guillen (19).
Barry Zito pitched 6 innings allowing 3 hits, 2 earned runs, walking 1 and striking out 3.
September 18
Milwaukee defeated San Francisco 2-1.
Tim Lincecum pitched 5 innings allowing 6 hits, 2 earned runs, walking 2 and striking out 3.
September 17
Milwaukee defeated San Francisco 3-0.
Madison Bumgarner pitched 5 2/3 innings allowing 9 hits, 2 earned runs, walking 1 and striking out 5.
September 15
San Francisco defeated the Los Angeles Dodgers 10-2.
Home runs were hit by Buster Posey (14), Aubrey Huff (25), and Jose Guillen (18).
Jonathan Sanchez pitched 7 innings allowing 4 hits, 1 earned run, striking out 12.
September 14
San Francisco defeated the Los Angeles Dodgers 2-1.
Matt Cain pitched 7 innings allowing 3 hits, striking out 5.
September 13
The Los Angeles Dodgers defeated San Francisco 1-0.
Barry Zito pitched 5 2/3 innings allowing 1 hit, 1 unearned run, walking 3 and striking out 5.
September 12
San Francisco defeated San Diego 6-1.
Buster Posey (13) hit a home run.
Tim Lincecum pitched 7 innings allowing 7 hits, 1 earned run, walking 1 and striking out 9.
September 11
San Diego defeated San Francisco 1-0.
Madison Bumgarner pitched 7 innings allowing 3 hits, 1 earned run, striking out 4.
September 10
San Francisco defeated San Diego 1-0.
Jonathan Sanchez pitched 5 innings allowing 1 hit, walking 7 and striking out 4.
September 9
San Francisco defeated San Diego 7-3.
Home runs were hit by Buster Posey (12), Aubrey Huff (24), Pat Burrell (17), and Juan Uribe (20).
Matt Cain pitched 8 innings allowing 5 hits, 3 earned runs, walking 1 and striking out 8.
September 8
Arizona defeated San Francisco 3-1.
Freddy Sanchez (5) hit a home run.
Barry Zito pitched 6 innings allowing 4 hits, 2 earned runs, walking 3 and striking out 7.
September 7
San Francisco defeated Arizona 6-3.
Home runs were hit by Aubrey Huff (23), Pat Burrell (16), and Freddy Sanchez (4).
Tim Lincecum pitched 6 2/3 innings allowing 5 hits, 3 earned runs, striking out 11.
September 6
San Francisco defeated Arizona 2-0.
Madison Bumgarner pitched 7 1/3 innings allowing 5 hits, walking 1 and striking out 7.
September 5
San Francisco defeated the Los Angeles Dodgers 3-0.
Juan Uribe (19) hit a home run.
Jonathan Sanchez pitched 7 innings allowing 3 hits, walking 1 and striking out 9.
September 4
San Francisco defeated the Los Angeles Dodgers 5-4.
Home runs were hit by Buster Posey (11), Edgar Renteria (3), Pat Burrell (15), and Juan Uribe (18).
Matt Cain pitched 7 innings allowing 7 hits, 4 earned runs, walking 1 and striking out 6.
September 3
The Los Angeles Dodgers defeated San Francisco 4-2.
Barry Zito pitched 4 innings allowing 4 hits, 4 earned runs, walking 4 and striking out 5.
September 1
San Francisco defeated Colorado 2-1.
Tim Lincecum pitched 8 innings allowing 5 hits, 1 earned run, walking 1 and striking out 9.
 

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